The Oxford Business Law Blog (OBLB) is a forum for the exchange of ideas and the reporting of new developments in all aspects of business law, broadly defined. Since its launch in March 2016, the OBLB has attracted readers from more than 150 countries.

The OBLB editorial board is presently comprised of Luca EnriquesKristin van ZwietenHorst EidenmüllerGeneviève HelleringerUmakanth Varottil,  Andreas Engert, Wolf-Georg Ringe and Cristie Ford. The board is currently assisted by associate editors Amelie Berz, Glory Nwaugbala, Paul Oudin and Vasile Rotaru.

Former members of the editorial team include Jennifer Payne and Dan Awrey (former academic editors), Antonios Chatzivasileiadis, Clara Martins Pereira, Mika J Lehtimaki, Martin Bengtzen, Philine Luisa Scheer, Thom Wetzer, Nikita Aggarwal, Konstantinos Sidiropoulos, Felix Pflücke, Jonathan Chan, Leah Grolman, Bojana Vitanova, Jason Fu, Václav Janeček, Laura Feldman, Roderic Kermarec, Alvaro Pereira, Param Pandya, Tim Ancev, Jannes Drechsler, Georgios Pantelias, Javier Paz Valbuena and Carlo Brunold (former associate editors).

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